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In this document, we outline some practices that we believe are going relatively well.After that, we provide some considerations for reflection.
An organization whose mission is to encourage production of free content should not make its own logos nonfree; this seems a bit hypocritical.However, given that this is a very important fair use, we would like to clarify our policy on this. What is the policy on use in personal blogs,facebook pages etc. Mahitgar (He who knows ,wants to know and and loves to keep others informed) (talk) , 4 June 2013 (UTC) My opinion is that logo usage on user’s blogs, even "unknown users" (such as which is on planet.wikimedia.org) should be OK, but that we should limit that.--Arséniure De Gallium (talk) , 4 June 2013 (UTC)Thank you for your comment.Do we expect people to link to translated documents, if they exist, or to just copy the links? Pi RSquared17 (talk) , 4 June 2013 (UTC) I was not aware that you could turn the translate extension on and off within the document. :) Seeing how you and User: Kaganer have done that will be helpful for next time I am required to try.--Maggie Dennis (WMF) (talk) , 4 June 2013 (UTC) Sorry if I have missed the point while reading.We would like your thoughts on how we should employ our trademarks for community members, movement organizations, and third parties.
I have seen occurances of Wikipedia logos being used in news reports specially print media and also at times news report prepared by community. Mahitgar (He who knows ,wants to know and and loves to keep others informed) (talk) , 4 June 2013 (UTC) Thanks for your comment.
The use of logos in news reports is generally fair use and our current trademark policy and practice do not interfere with it.
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Although trademark and copyright cover different interests, both can be used to prevent the theft of the same intellectual property, if it meets the requirements of both regimes.